He’s one of many world’s high footballers with an estimated net worth of $40 million, so he’s in all probability seen and tried all of it.
However Malaysia’s humble satay dish managed to place a vibrant smile on Luis Suarez’s face and left him wanting extra.
“It’s really good, really,” stated Suarez, who signed a partnership with Tourism Malaysia final 12 months, of his rooster satay in a brand new video posted on the Malaysia Actually Asia YouTube account this week.
For the promotional video, the 31-year-old FC Barcelona ahead tried out 5 of Malaysia’s most well-loved meals – roti canai, satay, char kway teow, nasi lemak and popiah.
Whereas he had good evaluations for all of the dishes, the spiciness of the popiah made him cough and attain out for a drink.
To not fear Luis, subsequent time, simply order your popiah with none chilli and you’ll be simply positive.